Thursday, October 27, 2016

Floral Garden

Sharing today another card I made for a friend using the coloring cards for card making.  The black framing is part of the color panel so there isn't much you need to add to these, great for mailing! Colored with markers and I did add some gems that I colored with the same marker I used on the flowers.



Hot off the press -- Floral Garden for colorist, colored w/markers
Wink of Stella clear glitter pen
Craftaroo -- Clear Rhinestones- colored w/markers

Our poor Peanut has been having problems with loose stools for a couple of weeks now but all the test have come back that all is well, but the vet gave her a shot to stop it and has given her some antibiotics and probiotics and this morning is the first morning we have seen an improvement, I am so thankful, she is getting up there in age, 16 years and after losing our two cats in the past couple years I am nervous about every time something happens to her.

We are going to have nice fall weather today but then they are saying we are going to be above normal again for the next week, hitting close to 80 again, so Indian summer is coming on strong here.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I hope you are enjoying some wonderful Autumn weather!

Connie

11 comments:

Hussena said...

Oh, what a gorgeous card! Absolutely love the way you have colored the florals! So vibrant & pretty & so good to hear that Peanut is doing better! :)

Heidi Stamps said...

That is a particularly nice coloring sheet! I really like how you colored it too. I hope Peanut continues to improve!

Donna Ellis said...

It certainly is a beautiful day now that I have seen your gorgeous creation! LOVE that stamp, Connie, and your brilliant blue shading and coloring! I would have trouble not using this stamp over and over! It really is a wonderful image, and beautifully put together on your project!

I hope Peanut is soon feeling better. Our fur children are a special highlight in our lives, and it is devastating to lose them.

hugs,
de

Donna Phelan said...

Beautiful card on this beautiful day! Glad your Peanut is on the mend! xo~

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

Wonderful coloring on your card, Connie. We are constantly going through one thing or another with our elderly dogs which causes a lot of stress on us. Right now waiting to hear back about whether our 12 year old dog has kidney disease or not. I haven't actually sat at my desk and made a card in over a week just due to the dog's issues and our power outages. Love your card.

Christine said...

Lovely combinations of colour and decorations on this card , Connie!
Hugs to sweet Peanut, I'm glad she's doing better!

Janice said...

Your colouring is perfect, I love the blue flowers. Good news re Peanut, what a worry for you.

Lowcarb team member said...

I do like the colouring on your card, the blue petals and beautiful butterfly work very nicely together.

I hope peanut continues to improve.

Sending my good wishes for the weekend.

All the best Jan

Debbie said...

the coloring cards you have are gorgeous, you are using them beautifully!!

is peanut a dog or cat?? i am glad to read that she is feeling better!!! we are getting warm weather as well, 70 today, but then a little rain!! have a fun sunday!!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a beautiful card Connie. I love that image and the vivid blue color. Glad to hear peanut is better. :)

Leslie Miller said...

Gorgeous! Oh, my goodness, you have the best coloring pages! Your coloring is what makes this so ultra-beautiful, though. Ohhhh, that blue on your flowers with great depth and shading! Nicely matted. Makes a fabulous card! I sure hope Peanut continues to feel better. It's hard to know where these things come from. She might be a more delicate flower at age 16 than when she was younger. We had a lot of that with Wally and LuLu when they were younger until our vet finally suggested a grain allergy. They were on a good dog food, but after we went totally grain free their troubles went away. May not be the case with Peanut. These days the trend is toward going grain free. Why all these grain allergies these days? Rich and I wondered if it might be GMOs. Just a thought.